Situated on the edge of Loch Dunvegan on the Isle of Skye, Dunvegan village enjoys panoramic views of the MacLeod’s Tables with the Cuillin mountains in the distance to the east. You may be able to spot wildlife, including seals, otters, and eagles.

Local Amenities

Old Fire Station is ideally situated to walk to local facilities

  • Dunvegan Castle and Gardens
  • Petrol station
  • Licensed convenience shop (open 7 days)
  • Excellent greengrocer
  • Local bakery
  • Post Office
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  • Old School Restaurant (highly recommended)
  • Cafés, restaurants, bistro, fish & chips
  • Art & craft studios and shops
  • Sporting goods shop
  • Two hotels with bars & dining
  • Medical centre

The Isle of Skye was voted Britain’s most desirable place to live by Rightmove in 2016, and it’s not difficult to see why. There is plenty to do, with a perfect balance of adventure and relaxation. The Guardian newspaper has recommendations in their article Top 10 days out on Skye. If you can’t stay for long, you may be interested in the Telegraph’s feature 36 hours on Skye. The Guardian also has a section a holiday guide to Skye and Lochalsh which details places of interest, and the Travelling Savage website has a good summary of itinerary ideas. Please be aware that some attractions operate seasonal opening hours.

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Walking & Climbing

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Old Fire Station

Old Fire Station provides 4 star, self-catering accommodation for two.

It is nestled within an established garden in the heart of Dunvegan; overlooking the loch it faces the legendary MacLeod’s Tables.

Located near the heart of the village, it is minutes’ walk to a great evening out to complete your perfect day.


Old Fire Station

Portree Road, Dunvegan
Isle of Skye, IV55 8GT

Telephone: (01470) 521 212